Bail Bonds for Paradise
Expert BondsmenIt’s terrible news to find out that a family member or friend has been arrested and taken into custody by the Paradise Police Department. We understand your uncertainty and stress during this difficult time and we’ll treat your particular situation with the utmost confidentiality and compassion.
Our staff of bondsmen are experts in the industry and very knowledgeable with all of California jails. If you need bail bonds for Paradise or to questions answered about your options, you shouldn’t delay any further. The person arrested shouldn’t have to sit in jail any longer than necessary.
We’re available to help you with a Paradise bond 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. No matter when you need help, we’re here for you. All of our bail bondsmen are licensed and experienced professionals. If you have any questions at all, we will be glad to answer them as well as walk you through the entire bail bond process. If you want help now, call us, we’re here for you. Call our toll-free number at 1-877-861-3761 and we can help you immediately with bail in Paradise.
Paradise Police Department InformationParadise Police Department
5595 Black Olive Dr
Paradise, CA 95969
It’s funny to think that Paradise would need a Police Department, but it’s true, they do. The Paradise Police Department provides superb law enforcement services to Paradise with guidance from the Chief of Police, Chris M. Buzzard.
The Paradise Police Department has approximately 50 employees that make up the Sworn and non-sworn staff. Their department is made up of 5 separate units including Patrol, Investigations, Animal Control, Records and an Administration. If you want to get your friend or loved one out promptly, and you need help in securing a Paradise bail bond, call Tonya Page Bail Bonds now.
Bail Process and Payment
The cost for a bail bond is 10% of the total bail amount. The bail schedule is approved by the judges of the Superior Court of California within Butte County. Bail amounts may be adjusted at the discretion of the Court.
If the bail is set at $20,000, your cost for a bond will be $2,000. This fee is for the services provided by the bondsman. We accept all major credit cards and can work out no-fee bail payment plans with qualification.
Once a bail bond is approved, there are two simple documents to sign. There are several ways to process the bail bond by fax, email, telephone or a traditional in-person meeting at a location of your choice. If you’d like to start a Paradise bail bond, please call us now to get started, toll-free at 1-877-861-3761.
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